[Videolib] Save the date: Registration information and call for papers for SURA/ViDe

Grace J. Agnew (gagnew@rci.rutgers.edu)
Mon, 08 Jan 2007 14:05:26 -0500

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Atlanta, Georgia, USA

ViDe is the recognized leader in digital video development and=20
deployment in higher education. The very successful SURA ViDe Digital=20
Video conference is attended by vendors, IT, librarians and researchers=20
doing cutting edge research or innovative strategies to deploy digital=20
video, collaboration and communications technologies and multimedia in=20
an educational or research setting.

The SURA ViDe 2007 conference will bring together innovators in higher=20
education, telemedicine and K12 to focus on converged collaboration,=20
conferencing, voice and media on campus, in the networked, web and=20
mobile environments, with an emphasis on both success stories and=20
caveats in merging all the technologies into an integrated, seamless and=20
ubiquitous information ecosystem.

Keynote speaker Monday evening, March 26, is:

Laurence F. Johnson, Chief Executive Officer of the New Media=20
Consortium,Austin, Texas, an international consortium of more than 200=20
universities,colleges, museums, research centers, and technology=20
companies dedicated to using new technologies to inspire, energize,=20
stimulate, and support learning and creative expression.

The ViDe 2007 Conference is soliciting presentations on cutting edge=20
strategies for converging media: videoconferencing, streaming video,=20
Voice over IP, collaboration technologies, and new media applications=20
in higher education, K12, medicine and research. Presentations on any=20
technologies, innovative practices or important issues with digital=20
video and converging communication technologies are welcomed, but=20
particularly in the following areas:

=B7 Converging Technologies: Real World Campus Experiences

=B7 Communications Technologies/Digital Video in K12

=B7 Communications Technologies/Digital Video in Higher Education

=B7 Communications Technologies/Digital Video in Medicine and Rese=
arch

=B7 Voice over IP

=B7 Big Video

=B7 High Definition Video

=B7 Public Broadcasting

=B7 Video Access in the Age of Google

=B7 Video on Demand: Organization, Search and Retrieval, Delivery

Please submit a short abstract (one paragraph to one page) at the=20
conference submission website: http://www.easychair.org/ViDe2007/=20

Presentation dates are Tuesday, March 27 and Wednesday, March 28. Please=20
indicate in your abstract whether or not you will be presenting on-site=20
or remotely, via videoconferencing.

*Deadline for proposal submissions is Friday, February 2, 2007.*

Please contact the program chair, Grace Agnew -- gagnew@rci.rutgers.edu=20
-- with any questions.

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Atlanta, Georgia, USA

ViDe is the recognized leader in digital video development and deployment in higher education.  The very successful SURA ViDe Digital Video conference is attended by vendors, IT, librarians and researchers doing cutting edge research or innovative strategies to deploy digital video, collaboration and communications technologies and multimedia in an educational or research setting.

The SURA ViDe 2007 conference will bring together innovators in higher education, telemedicine and K12 to focus on converged collaboration, conferencing, voice and media on campus, in the networked, web and mobile environments, with an emphasis on both success stories and caveats in merging all the technologies into an integrated, seamless and ubiquitous information ecosystem.

Keynote speaker Monday evening, March 26, is:

  Laurence F. Johnson, Chief Executive Officer of the New Media Consortium,Austin, Texas, an international consortium of more than 200 universities,colleges, museums, research centers, and technology companies dedicated to using new technologies to inspire, energize, stimulate, and support learning and creative expression.

The ViDe 2007 Conference is soliciting presentations on cutting edge strategies for converging media: videoconferencing, streaming video, Voice over IP, collaboration technologies, and new media applications in  higher education, K12, medicine and research.  Presentations on any technologies, innovative practices or important issues with digital video and converging communication technologies are welcomed, but particularly in the following areas:

·        Converging Technologies: Real World Campus Experiences

·        Communications Technologies/Digital Video  in K12

·        Communications Technologies/Digital Video  in Higher Education

·        Communications Technologies/Digital Video in Medicine and Research

·        Voice over IP

·        Big Video

·        High Definition Video

·        Public Broadcasting

·        Video Access in the Age of Google

·        Video on Demand: Organization, Search and Retrieval, Delivery

Please submit a short abstract (one paragraph to one page) at the conference submission website: http://www.easychair.org/ViDe2007/ 

Presentation dates are Tuesday, March 27 and Wednesday, March 28. Please indicate in your abstract whether or not you will be presenting on-site or remotely, via videoconferencing.

*Deadline for proposal submissions is Friday, February 2, 2007.*

Please contact the program chair, Grace Agnew -- gagnew@rci.rutgers.edu -- with any questions.

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